Print Flyer Recommend to Librarian. Overview Concise introduction to X-ray diffraction Focus on practical aspects and new developments Mathematical appendix. An excellent book for professional crystallographers! Supplementary Information. Farrugia, University of Glasgow "In conclusion, this comprehensive book is very well written and illustrated; it is a book written by a colleague widely recognized in the crystallography community.
Comments 0 Please log in or register to comment.
My favourite Nobel prize: X-ray diffraction to deduce crystal structure
General note: By using the comment function on degruyter. A respectful treatment of one another is important to us.
- Eternitys Edge.
- Leander Perez: Boss of the Delta.
- Scientific Computing and Differential Equations.
- Main navigation.
- Search articles by author.
- Going Lean: How the Best Companies Apply Lean Manufacturing Principles to Shatter Uncertainty, Drive Innovation, and Maximize Profits.
Therefore we would like to draw your attention to our House Rules. Powered by PubFactory. Essential reading for researchers from the student to the professional level interested in understanding the structure of molecules.
- Wildlife of the Box-Ironbark Country: A Guide to Victorias Goldfields Region;
- My favourite Nobel prize: X-ray diffraction to deduce crystal structure – Physics World.
- Research in Health Care: Design, Conduct and Interpretation of Health Services Research?
- Dracula (Wild & Wanton Edition)!
- Molecular and Cellular Basis of Inflammation (Current Inflammation Research).
- Modern X-Ray Analysis on Single Crystals: A Practical Guide - Peter Luger - Google книги.
Review Text "This completely revised edition is a guide for practical work in X-ray analysis. One particularly useful feature is the Appendix on mathematics, which deals with the main mathematical tools used in crystallography, namely matrix and vector algebra, basis transformation and Fourier transforms. The very clear presentation means that this section should be very helpful to the student with a weaker mathematical background.
It can strongly be recommended as an introduction to small molecule crystallography. Farrugia, University of Glasgow "In conclusion, this comprehensive book is very well written and illustrated; it is a book written by a colleague widely recognized in the crystallography community. I recommend it to all structural scientists who are starting out in crystallography and want to understand crystal structure determinations of organic and organometallic structures; it is also an excellent book for professional crystallographers.
Modern X Ray Analysis On Single Crystals A Practical Guide
Review quote "This completely revised edition is a guide for practical work in X-ray analysis. The effective detection of X-ray radiation with low threshold is essential to many medical and industrial applications. Three-dimensional 3D organolead trihalide and double perovskites have been shown to be suitable for direct X-ray detection. However, the sensitivity and stability of 3D perovskite X-ray detectors are limited by ion motion, and there remains a demand to develop green and stable X-ray detectors with high sensitivity and low detection limit.
The emerging low-dimensional perovskites have shown promising optoelectronic properties, featuring good intrinsic stability and reduced ion migration. These results will motivate new strategies to achieve a high-performance X-ray detector by utilizing 2D layered perovskite or perovskite-like materials, without requiring toxic elements. The data that support the plots within this paper and other findings of this study are available from the corresponding author on reasonable request.
Jiang, Q. Surface passivation of perovskite film for efficient solar cells.
Brenner, T. Hybrid organic—inorganic perovskites: low-cost semiconductors with intriguing charge-transport properties. Heiss, W. X-ray imaging: perovskites target X-ray detection.
Modern X-Ray Analysis on Single Crystals
Jeong, M. Radiation hardness characteristics of Si-PIN radiation detectors. Methods Phys. A , — Luke, P. Low energy X-ray response of Ge detectors with amorphous Ge entrance contacts.
IEEE Trans. Szeles, C. Status Solidi B , — Zhao, W. X-ray imaging using amorphous selenium: feasibility of a flat panel self-scanned detector for digital radiology. Chen, Q. All-inorganic perovskite nanocrystal scintillators. Nature , 88—93 Heo, J. High-performance next-generation perovskite nanocrystal scintillator for nondestructive X-ray imaging. Yakunin, S. Detection of X-ray photons by solution-processed lead halide perovskites. Shrestha, S. High-performance direct conversion X-ray detectors based on sintered hybrid lead triiodide perovskite wafers. Wei, H. Sensitive X-ray detectors made of methylammonium lead tribromide perovskite single crystals.
Wei, W. Monolithic integration of hybrid perovskite single crystals with heterogenous substrate for highly sensitive X-ray imaging. Kim, Y.
Printable organometallic perovskite enables large-area, low-dose X-ray imaging. Nature , 87—91 Dong, Q. Science , — Shi, D.
Low trap-state density and long carrier diffusion in organolead trihalide perovskite single crystals. Saidaminov, M. High-quality bulk hybrid perovskite single crystals within minutes by inverse temperature crystallization.